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Discussion in 'Octoberfest Photofest 2012' started by Luke, Oct 22, 2012.
Tom - heavy edit
Tom would not remain still today, Mr Fidget, he was. Eventually I had to boost the shutter speed and pray. Got a 95% black shot but was able to retrieve something at least, and run it through Topaz Clean3. Yikes.
Tom, Topazzed by kyte50, on Flickr
Job done, the veins that brought life
Sue, I love that Topazzed shot of Tom.....it's a pretty regal portrait.
Brown toast by Marlof Bregonje, on Flickr
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20121027-13 by Fin Azvandi, on Flickr
Make sure to click on ripleysbaby's shot to view it large......WOW!
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Ash Tray Outside of Stage 4
No Through Road
A two car collision saw one car veer dangerously onto a busy sidewalk this Saturday afternoon, leaving drivers and pedestrians shaken but without apparent serious injury.
I'd been a few blocks down the street making another photograph when this occurred. Fireman is about to ask me who I'm working for in an attempt to have me move on.
PS: I don't know why I feel compelled to explain the above image... I don't normally take photos of accident scenes unless someone involved asks me for help. But having been just down the block I was drawn to it... and my kids are at that corner every morning on the way to school when they ride their bikes, so I wanted to take something home with me to illustrate the "anything can happen" principle of life.
I guess the theme is cars up on curbs or sidewalks.....here's my entry from about a half an hour ago......
anyone need a ride? by Lukinosity, on Flickr
I love how you've treated that image - great photograph Luke.
You've got the Surreal+++ slider thing down pat!
Thanks Mike, I spent a little extra time on this one. I just finished another I'll be adding to the leftovers thread of the front end of this ride.
And both are most excellent
Its a good shot, Mike, but I rather think its impact would be more felt by adults than kids who are, as you know, completely invincible.
Oct. 27, 2012